IPR IS OFFERING SIGN ON BONUSES FOR QUALIFIED CANDIDATES

$5,000 for CDLs - Applies to valid Class A or Class B

$1,000 paid upon completion of your 90-day evaluation
$1,500 paid after 6 months
$2,500 paid after 12 months

 

$1,000 for any field labor position with a driver’s license

Paid upon completion of your 90-day evaluation

 

Apply now to our current job opportunities at https://www.indeed.com/cmp/Inland-Pipe-Rehabilitation/jobs
Program valid through November 30, 2021.*

 

*Program governed by the terms and conditions set forth in IPR’s policies.*

 

News & Media

Murphy Pipeline Contractors earns honorable mention for 2021 Trenchless Technology Project of the Year

In December 2019, the City of Fort Lauderdale had numerous pipeline breaks to its seven-mile major sewer transmission. The breakage resulted in more than 200 million gallons of sewage spilling into nearby waterways. The City had to declare an emergency rehabilitation request and awarded two design-build contracts for Murphy Pipeline...
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CIPP Used on 54-In. Sewer Pipes in San Antonio

August 2010 San Antonio Texas Water System (SAWS) received a report of an enormous sinkhole developing on Benita Street, close to Misson Concepcion. Currently, SAWS services approximately 1 million residents in Bexar County, including about 325,000 water customers and 350,000 wastewater customers. The SAWS Operations team quickly responded to the...
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Inland Pipe Rehabilitation Installs Cured-In-Place Pipe Renewal System at Dallas Water Utility, Saving the City Significant Money and Avoiding Lengthy Shutdown

May 2013 Inland Pipe Rehabilitation (IPR), the nation’s largest privately-owned trenchless infrastructure solutions provider, recently installed Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) to renew more than 1600 ft. of water lines serving a North Dallas suburb water treatment plant. IPR installed its unique pressure pipe renewal system provided by RS Technik using Dow...
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Large-Diameter CIPP Used as Part of Major Stormwater Drainage Improvement Project at Georgia Tech

March 2013 Georgia Tech’s campus is nestled on 400 acres in the heart of Atlanta. The landscape is hilly, tree-filled, and, over time, has become checkered with campus buildings ranging from administration, departmental, research, and classrooms to dormitories, student activity centers, parking garages, and recreational facilities. However, all this growth...
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